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Stay in the Red

As a strata manager, looking after properties on behalf of multiple owners could result in the stressful matter of having to tackle unpaid debt.

Not dealing with debtors could have a damaging impact on your organisation and the reputation of your business. The fewer bad debts your business accrues, the higher your businesses profitability and productivity will be.

Cool, Calm and Collected

At Barclay MIS, we understand the legislation around debt recovery, inside out.

Much like our Residential Subscription, the Barclay MIS Protect & Collect Body Corporate and Strata Subscription will help your landlords in the event that they suffer a loss due to the non-payment of rent, or damage to the property.

*1 Terms and conditions apply
**2 Subject to legislative requirements

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Contact Barclay MIS

Get in touch with the Barclay MIS team.

T: 1300 883 916
F: 1300 883 917

For over 35 years, Barclay MIS has been innovative in the field of debt recovery. We offer a range of products and services that utilises cutting edge technology that securely recover debt in accordance with legislation.

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